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Red, black and click on Black Friday

November 29, 2016
| On this show: Black Friday in Canada, and shopping with students at a charity thrift store.
Length: 11:33 minutes (26.47 MB)
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Voices of Experience: Diversity and leadership

May 4, 2016
| Voices of Experience is a panel put together by Ryerson University's Equity, Diversity and Accessibility Office, Career Centre and Student Life organization.
Length: 1:00:56 minutes (139.5 MB)
Migrant Matters

A glimpse into women's history in the Soviet Union

November 11, 2013
| Liz Rowley speaks about issues of gender equality in the USSR during its socialist period and during socialism's demise, with a few words about Canadian and Cuban issues.
Length: 48:00 minutes (65.93 MB)
September 13, 2013 |
This project will help us to produce essential research and analysis of the barriers to achieving gender equality and the public policy solutions that will create a more inclusive Canada.

Larry Rousseau at OFL Equity Conference

Larry Rousseau speaks at Ontario Federation of Labour's Equity Conference 9-11 November 2012.


For more information, please visit http://ofl.ca/index.php/equity2012/
and http://psac-ncr.com


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March 10, 2011 |
As part of the OFL Communities That Work campaign, this assembly on March 25 and 26 will give participants the opportunity to discuss relevant and current issues.
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Equity Panel 3 of 4: Decolonizing the Academy? The Status of Indigenous Peoples and Scholarship

July 19, 2009
| The Federation Equity Issues Portfolio's third panel discussion featured Joyce Green, Makere Stewart-Harawira and Rauna Kuokkanen, who examined the status of indigenous peoples in Canadian academies.
Length: 1:36:49
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Equity Panel 2 of 4: A Colour-blind Academy? The Status and Experiences of Visible/Non-White Minority Scholars

July 12, 2009
| Anthony Stewart, Aruna Srivastava and Darren Lund headed the second installment of a four-part panel series conducted by the Federation Equity Issues Portfolio at the 2009 Congress of the Humanities.
Length: 1:25:57
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Equity Panel 1 of 4: A More Equitable and Inclusive Academy? Rhetoric and Reality

July 6, 2009
| Five speakers from across Canada made up the first of a four-part panel series held at the Congress of the Humanities to explore the status of equity-seeking groups in today's Canadian Academy.
Length: 1:27:53

"EDUCATION, LIBERATION, ACTION!" Forum on Equity and Education Presented by University of Toronto Transitional Year Programme Students and Alumni

Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 6:15pm - 9:15pm


OISE RM# 2124
252 Bloor St. West
Toronto, ON
43° 40' 4.4004" N, 79° 23' 54.1392" W

Over the last forty-three years, the Transitional Year Programme (TYP) has offered applicants a full-time access program uniquely geared towards historically underrepresented experiences, while also offering students with a chance to gain entry into the University of Toronto Undergraduate Faculty of Arts and Science. In an age of austerity and cutbacks to similar programming, TYP has remained steadfast in the delivery of an academic bridging program rooted in a pro-equity and anti-oppressive worldview.


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